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was injured. >>> the tsa confirmed a troubling weakness in our nation's airport security and, if exploited, it could make it easier for passengers to take the dangerous items on board. he's more on the story. >> reporter: hackers discovered the bar code on domestic airlines boarding pass can be manipulated to access the tsas reduced security screening line. >> by using a readily available bar code tool, can you a-- read of that bar code. can you take that thin string of data, alter it to make it read whatever you want. >> reporter: the bar code contains the flight details and if you sign up for the tsas precheck traveler list, also the level of screening at the scanners. the precheck flyers don't need to remove their shoes, belts, or laptops which could allow for people to conceal their items. >> if they do this, someone who would go through the screening process could upgrade themselves to the precheck line and go through a far less invasive approach. >> reporter: they could be digitally edited online in minutes. the tsa wouldn't say how long it's known of the flaw but downplays the dange
want to think twice about the tsa-approved locks. >> michael finney is here with a big problem you may not know about. >> dan, carolyn, the tsa, those locks i should say, only you and the tsa can open them. but thousands of people are complaining them that the locks are disappearing after they check their bags. we looked into why the system doesn't always work. >> also, the abc7i team looks at the stuff that is glueing stuff together, safe to eat or diet danger? >> and sandhya patel will look ahead to the weekend with live doppler 7hd. will it be a total washout? all that have is coming up and then late other "nightline." >> dan and cirl lynn, up next -- and carolyn, up next on "nightline" a man who says he has photographic proof of our climate. and with jerusalem under attack, a report from middle east on the brink. that's on "nightline." >> and abc7 news at 11:00 will >>> if you are flying this holiday season, you probably have thought a lot 3w* using a tsa-approved luggage lock to keep your bag safe. >> it secures your belongings while allowing tsa agents to inspect locked luggage w
the tsa-approved locks. >> michael finney is here with a big problem you may not know about. >> dan, carolyn, the tsa, those locks i should say, only you and the tsa can open them. but thousands of people are complaining them that the locks are disappearing after they check their bags. we looked into why the system doesn't always work. >> also, the abc7i team looks at the stuff that is glueing stuff together, safe to eat or diet danger? >> and sandhya patel will look ahead to the weekend with live doppler 7hd. will it be a total washout? all that have is coming up and then late other "nightline." >> dan and cirl lynn, up next -- and carolyn, up next on "nightline" a man who says he has photographic proof of our climate. and with jerusalem under attack, a report from middle east on the brink. that's on "nightline." (kxañ;ñ;ñ;ñnews at 11:00 will >>> if you are flying this holiday season, you probably have thought a lot 3w* using a tsa-approved luggage lock to keep your bag safe. >> it secures your belongings while allowing tsa agents to inspect locked luggage with a master key th
. it happened so much he started documenting it with pictures. here's a picture of the tsa lock on his bag before a trip to germany. here's video of the bag coming off the luggage carousel without the lock. >> i can't tell you why. i was told they had keys and my lock would be secure, and in fact -- >> at brookstone san francisco airport location, tsa approved locks sell for 20 bucks and are a popular item. store personnel tell us the combination locks are often sold out. exactly what is happening with the locks? well, that remains a question for debate. >> it may actually be a situation where tsa agents are pilfering items from the bags, and don't want there to be any evidence left over. >> the tsa tells "7 on your side" that in the fiscal year just ended they received 3500 complaints having to do with tsa approved locks. the report incidents of theft, they're quite small. just over 200 each year for the last three years from an estimated 1.8 million who traveled daily through u.s. airports. >> colon missing, things i purchased in europe. >> the tsa would not talk on camera, but a spokesp
documenting it with pictures. here's a picture of the tsa lock on his bag before a trip to germany. here's video of the bag coming off the luggage carousel without the lock. >> i can't tell you why. i was told they had keys and my lock would be secure, and in fact -- >> at brookstone san francisco airport location, tsa approved locks sell for 20 bucks and are a popular item. store personnel tell us the combination locks are often sold out. exactly what is happening with the locks? well, that remains a question for debate. >> it may actually be a situation where tsa agents are pilfering items from the bags, and don't want there to be any evidence left over. >> the tsa tells "7 on your side" that in the fiscal year just ended they received 3500 complaints having to do with tsa approved locks. the report incidents of theft, they're quite small. just over 200 each year for the last three years from an estimated 1.8 million who traveled daily through u.s. airports. >> colon missing, things i purchased in europe. >> the tsa would not talk on camera, but a spokesperson told us by phone and e-ma
in a fantasy land? he thinks the tsa does a great job. they can't protect our money. they can't educate kids. >> the government just can't do it. >> get out of our way. >> john: this time the politician says -- >> yes, we can. >> we the people say, no, we can't. >> politicians claim they create jobs, but no, they can't. >> president obama was a job creator from day one. >> we're going to create millions of new jobs. >> my job is to create jobs. >> john: they keep saying that. but does government create jobs? >> absolutely. >> john: congressman keith ellison is chairman of the progressive caucus. >> they must be working together for the market to work properly. >> john: wouldn't be nice if the men and women in washington make the market work properly and create jobs. >> no doubt there are schools crumbling and parks need more attention. in minneapolis, we saw a bridge fall into the river. >> john: government doesn't have any money of its own, it has to take money from the private sector to give to these plans. >> it has a plan that will create 2.2 million jobs? >> if they can create the two m
months. dolan was just a puppy when we started to follow him through the tsa bomb detection program in san antonio, texas. now, he is ready to duty, wearing a vest and carrying on the process. here is nbc tom costello. >> reporter: it was 18 months ago when we first met dolan and his playmates at the boot camp, that trains these noses to sniff out explosives. but something about this puppy made him special. he was the 500th puppy to go through the tsa program. and every dog is named after one of the 3,000 people who died on 9/11. >> i can't even tell you what an honor this is for me. >> reporter: dolan was named after lisa dolan's husband, navy captain bob dolan, who died in the pentagon on 9/11. on the today show, lisa met puppy, dolan, for the first time >> hello, baby. >> reporter: 18 months later, dolan is all grown up. and with his handler, now ready to graduate from the tsa's bomb detection academy. >> good, good, over here. >> reporter: a big day for which lisa and daughter, rebecca, have driven all the way to san antonio. >> hello, baby, do you remember me? >> reporter: so w
about airport safety after the tsa admits to a flaw in domestic boarding passes. tsa official tells fox news that travelers can apparently scan the bar codes on their ticket using a smart phone to see what kind of security check allowing them to take prohibited items aboard flights. dominic is live in los angeles with this concerning story. >> yes, the tsa tried to brush this off. they didn't want this to come out. basic problem is the boarding passes you have today. you see a bar code that contains everything from passenger to flight information but the level of security screening especially if you belong to the tsa pre-approved travel program where you go in a different security line. you don't have to take off your shoes or your laptop. what they discovered you can crack that bar code with your mobile phone, upload it to web, change the code. so you can get in and the priority screening whether you are part of the pre-checked program. the tsa is very embarrassed by this and gone to some lengths, look, there is not much we can do about it. here a statement from spokesman earlier on. >
be "tsa." so you get the spelling "ma-tsa" for "mats," or someone who is wise. keach: so the glyph on the right might read "tsa." the last "a" is not pronounced, so the word is "mats." can the "tsa" glyph be confirmed elsewhere ? in different handwriting, it looks like this as discovered in this stone carving. the glyph accompanies a scene that shows a woman conjuring up a spirit. below the "tsa" glyph is a known glyph, "ku." together they spell "tsak," a mayan word meaning "to conjure." and the "tsa" glyph is confirmed. it can be added to this chart of known maya syllables. "tsa." but many glyphs convey ideas and imagery not found in dictionaries. these words and images are symbols to be interpreted in the context of an ancient culture. this glyph right here is the verb of this monument, and we expect that because it comes after the calendrical information above it. and it's probably referring to bloodletting. and you can see represented a human hand with droplets coming down from between the fingers, probably represents blood. keach: blood was an essential element in maya rituals
major security problem at our airports during one of the busiest travel weeks all year. tsa official confirming to fox news, there's a flaw in boarding passes in the barcodes we use when you check-in. left unchecked it could give terrorists an in, dominic that tall looking into the story. >> reporter: who would have thought a tsa security measure could turn out to be a risk? here's the problem. hackers have discovered the barcode onboarding passes could be manipulated to access tsa's reduced security screening line. >> by using readily available barcode reader tools, you can read the data out of that barcode. you can take that same string of data, alter it to make it read whatever you want. >> reporter: the barcode contain, name, flight details, if you signed up for the precheck trusted traveler lift the level of screening you get at the scanners. precheck flyers don't need to remove shoes, belts or laptops. >> if people do this, someone who would normally go through the more stringent process could upgrade themselves to the precheck line and go through a far less invasive search. >>
. >>> a touching story involving a tsa puppy. and the family of the 9/11 victim it was named after. >>> in sports, we'll get inside access to the maryland basketball program from the head coach and the impressive new digs. >>> coming up, swimming sensation katy returns to the pool to face much easier >>> talking a little terps basketball. >> there's a lot of excitement. thi things are up. the team was picked to finish ninth in the acc. this year the terps are 1-1. while the future looks promising, it is the past that turgeon is hoping will inspire people for years to come. recently it was a trip down memory lane in the new basketball facilities. >> this is amazing. >> i think maryland basketball is really special. i think it is one of the top programs in the country. there are not many programs that have more tradition than that. and so why not show it off the right way? >> mark turgeon is making sure the story of maryland's past is ever present. >> this is our legends hallway. this used to be cinder block and red carpet. and we've added the drywall and of course all the great players. to get on
. dozens of veterans now work for the tsa there. >>> and get ready. air travel for the thanksgiving weekend could set a new record. we'll tell you the numbers, when we return. [ female announcer ] it's deliciously dark just before dawn. it's a rainy morning becoming a caramel drizzle. with folgers gourmet selections, you can turn any day gourmet. new roasts, new flavors, and a new look. introducing the new droid razr maxx hd by motorola. now more than ever droid does. . >>> and once again, we want to wish everyone a happy veterans day. this is a live look at the world war memorandum torl on the national mall. there will be a wreath-laying ceremony this morning at 9:00 there. and of course other ceremonies at other places in the area, vietnam veterans memorial and arlington national cemetery, among. they. >>> some veterans have taken their need to serve to a new profession. dozens of vets now work as tsa officers in wisconsin. fox has the story. >> reporter: at general mitchell international airport, it's common to see workers in uniform, but many of these employees share a commo
$140,000. he says the tsa overreacted. >> arrest and being brought into santa rita jail were outrageous. >> he says he's been traveling with the watch art piece and similar ones with no problems and he says he brought it here for a class he teaches once a week at academy of art. the spokesman says bottom line, tsa and deputies were doing jobs. if they found another item like this, they'd do the same thing, again. >> just because you can make an artsy watch that looks like a trigger device for ied, you can make a art handgun doesn't mean it's a good idea to bring it to the airport. >> mcbegan says he supports what the tsa does, but believes they went too far. his lawyer says hees he's going find a judge to find him innocent ask erase the arrest from his record. >> thank you. pg&e is go asking for -- a 57-year-old wop was abducted. utility is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to arrest and conviction. the men drove her to several atms before letting her go. that is video of one of the suspects. >> this is just outrageous act of crime. look at the sketch. police
when tsa inspectors noticed suspicious items in the bin where he put his carry-on bag. they found components of an ide. an improvised explosive device, a watch with wires, fuses and a toggle switch. all the components were there except for the explosives. they then look at his boots and he suffered layers into his boots just like the shoe bomber richard reid had done. they notified sheriff's deputies who took him into custody. they examined the material. the f.b.i. was notified. sheriff's office tells us the man claims it was an art, a piece of art. we are still trying to find more details about this story but that the very latest here from oakland international airport. >> cheryl: at san francisco international airport there were weather flight delays. there were delays on flights arriving this morning from the northwest where the weather is already wetter. >> kristen: we're not drying out. rain fell earlier throughout the bay area and the house is are kind of spotty right now. let's take a look what is going on right now. you can see still lots of clouds signaling that more rain
tsa porque ellos se tardan mucho, como una hora o hora y media." "que nos chequen, nos toquen por completo, de todo, de arriba abajo. eso ya es invasión personal. eso es la cosa que más molesta." por eso la gerencia de administración de seguridad en el transporte conocida como tsa anunció algunos cambios en los controles de seguridad para reducir las filas de espera. niños menores de 12 años de edad y pasajeros mayores de 75 años, no serán revisados como antes... "pasajeros de 12 años de edad o mayores de 75 años podrán mantener puestos sus zapatos para pasar sobre el control de seguridad. esto les facilita a nuestros oficiales enfocarse más en resolver alarmas y disminuir la necesidad de la inspección manual." si va a llevar regalos en su equipaje de mano, se recomienda que no lo envuelva con papel de regalo si mas bien que lo lleve en una bolsa para obsequios. además la administración anunció la expansión del programa pre- check para que pasajeros preseleccionados por aerolíneas pasen por un proceso de seguridad menos riguroso. "pasajeros que participen en pre
travel season again, and the men and women of tsa are standing at the ready to provide the most effective security in the most effective way. as you know, that creates challenges and opportunities for the traveling public, quorum call: a senator: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from colorado. mr. udall: mr. president, we're in a quorum call, is that correct? the presiding officer: the senator is correct. mr. udall: i ask unanimous consent the quorum call be lifted. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. udall: mr. president, i ask unanimous consent the senate proceed to a period of morning business with senators permitted to speak therein for up to ten minutes each. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. udall: mr. president, i ask the chair lay before the senate a message from the house with respect to s. 743. the presiding officer: the clerk will report. the clerk: resolved that the bill from the senate, s. 743, entitled an act to amend chapter 43 of title 25 united states code do pass with an amendment. mr. udall: i'd ask unanimous consent the senate con
thought. sometimes longer. sometimes four days of long, wrong, and strong. i went through t.s.a. recently in san jose where i live. i was born and raised in oakland, i went to jail in livermore. here is the part. normal people don't laugh at jail there. i worked there. god bless you if you worked there. i couldn't do that job for two days in a row. i can do it for an hour. an ex-felon who is an extraordinary father. i can become an ex-drunk who is an exceptional citizen. there is a transition necessary for a convicted, afflicted person the and it involves payback. i owe so i go. but i'll tell the incarcerated, hey, if life was fair, you wouldn't be in here right now. you would have parents that cared and gave you the road map to success and they stuck around. they didn't hurt you on wait. they go yeah. if life was fair, you wouldn't have been busted when your partner wasn't. yeah. they love that one a lot. and then i'll say this well, if they locked you up for everything you really did do criminally, when would you get out? they don't like that one at all. so i'm blessed to be here for a
. it was secretary mineta who instituted the policy is -- policies at tsa. it was secretary mineta who prevented the profiling of arab- americans and muslim americans in our country. tonight, we honor secretary mineta and we give them -- him this for a very special reason. i want to thank the san francisco giants for donating this bat. the reason why we are giving this back to secretary mineta is because of what happened to him when he was a young boy. secretary mineta was forced to relocate into the internment camps. as a young boy, he was taken to the train station by military police officers. as a young boy, he was a huge baseball fan and he had his prized possession with him, his baseball bat. military police saw the young boy with his baseball bat and said you are not taking it with you. that is a weapon. what did they do? they took away his prized possession. later on in his life as a member of congress, a very generous person heard the story and offered him an autographed hank aaron bat. as a member of congress, you are not allowed to accept a gift valued over $200. so the government took
to developments in a strike taking his twinkie >>> some alert tsa officer as rested a man they suspected was ahax4f possible terrorist, carrying what they believed are components that could be used to make a bomb. it was also strange. >> that is what tsa officers were thinking. strange, and sus spishus. the more they discovered the more suspicious they became. at 8:00 last night jeffrey going through the check poin at southwest airlines head back to his home in rancho palos verdes, reportedly took off a watch, put knit the bin with his carry on. investigators say he covered witness a coat. and an alert officer didn't like what he saw. >> a watch had on it toggle switch. and a series of fuses. >> the sheriff sargeant says the tsa found no explosives the bomb squad determined it had ingredient to make a device for a bomb. and it's sizes too big. stuffed with insoles something the shoe bomber did. >> they had, what appeared to be a homemade cavity in there. >> a mace, where he could have hidden something he was wearing a military style shirt with a built in attorney yi get in the sleeves. >> soldiers
, military members, and of course those passengers who participate in what we call t.s.a. precheck. t.s.a. precheck is one of the most visible enabling t.s.a. to move away from that one-size-fits all model after 9/11. today t.s.a. has screened more than four million passengers through t.s.a. precheck lanes across the country. t.s.a. precheck is currently available in 29 airports, including here at d.c.a., in operation with five u.s. airlines including alaska, american, delta, united and u.s. airways, we anticipate the t.s.a. precheck will be in 35 airports by the end of the year with b.w.i., san francisco, and orlando airports all coming online this week. an additional airlines will be coming onboard >> all of this briefing in our c-span networks. we'll take you live to the white house for the briefing with jay carney. >> good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. thanks for being here. i have a brief statement to read at the top which is that today the president was able to continue returning messages of congratulations from his counterparts around the world. each call he thadged his counterp
in the eye of the beholder the tsa and the sheriffs bomb squad thought it was something more sinister. timing did he advice for a bomb. >> watch had on it toggle switch. a series of fuses. series of wires protruding from it. circuit board. >>reporter: something else made authorities suspicious. his boots which inspectors discovered were stuffed with layers of insole. >> shoes are ugg talk about popular. they had nrivt them and that's not yet against the law. >> i'm in handcuffs and detained and bomb squad. >>reporter: he was arrested and booked at santa rita jail. over the weekend he posted bail of 150,000 dollars. he and his lawyer doug were told today that the da decided not to file charges. he says the tsa overreacted. >> jeff arrest and his being thrown into santa rita jail were outrageous. >>reporter: he says he has been traveling with the art piece and similar ones like this with no problems. he says he brought it here for a class he teaches once a week at the academy of art. sheriff's spokesman nelson says bottom line the tsa and the deputy were doing their job. if
from the platform and not an oil leak. >>> a new effort by the tsa aimed at reducing the long wait time to airport security checks may offer passengers some relief during the busy holiday traffic season. but now one tsa official is admitting there is a flaw in the system. now more on this story. dominic, what can you tell us? >> that's right. the tsa set up a travelers program about four years ago called precheck. what it does is it prescreens passengers so that when they go to the gate, they go through security and they get to a lower level of the most passengers do. they don't have to take their belts or coats off. they don't have to take their laptops out of their being. independent security experts found there is a flaw in the bar code that goes on passengers' boarding passes which indicates what level of screening you actually get. and that simply on a smart phone you can now take your electronic boarding pass, upload it to a web site and change just how much screening you're going to go through. that's got people very concerned that effectively you can change your level of securit
but not a terrorist. the man whose watch triggered a bomb scare at the oakland airport will not face charges. tsa stopped jeffrey mcgann when he went through security. tsa agents said he was carrying a suspicious device. his attorney says it was a big misunderstanding. his client is known to be eccentric. and the watch is a piece of art. alameda authorities did not press charges. >>> the 49ers beat the bears 32-7. fans will not be celebrating. san francisco police cracking down on drunk driving across the city. and fans heading home from candlestick may have run into officers who were targeting drivers. the number of arrests will be released tomorrow. police say they hope tonight's operation will send a very clear message to fans. >>> coming up, the fbi arrests four california men accused of plotting to help al qaeda. we'll tell you what the agents think they were up to. >>> also -- >> i think a lot of this was a scam, too. i think he was paying the interest from people putting in more money. >> a south boy business man owes the public more than $10 million. the investigative unit follows the mon
. >>> tsa is updating the carry on rules. pies and cakes, really? the tsa session you can carry them on but be prepared for an inspection. you think a food item is a gel or liquid, check it. snow globes can be carry on but has to be in a plastic bag. check the guide lines, find a link on abc2news.com, it's in the national news section. >>> coming up next, another high ranking general is named in the scandal. after general petraeus stepped down. men in power cheat on their wives and significant others. >>> our weather app. get the radar and temperature down to your city block. >>> five app its that could be good for your health. these and more when we're back in 60 seconds. [ female announcer ] welcome one and all to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor, a feeding frenzy to say the least. a turkey from safeway will have everyone raving. there's fresh, natural, frozen, whatever you're craving. spend 35 dollars and get a frozen safeway turkey for 59 cents a pound. or spend 35 dollars and a frozen butterball turkey, just 88 cents a pound. so raise your glass, pull up a chair
at the airport t.s.a. offers security express check infor passengers who fly certain arltse. it's available to u.s. citizens and members of u.s. customs and border protection who provide personal information online trtth to the t.s.a. before their departure. >> we're able to provide them with an online screening procession so it's for the customers who are willing to share information about them fments themselves an opportunity to receive expedited security screening. >> for more you can go to our website www.wbaltv.com and be sure to click on news. >>> tonight is i team takes to task vablet of a life saving drug for overdose victims. >> now with drug overdose the second leading cause of accidental death in the us, why can't everyone who needs this anti-dote get it? >> 24-year-old dan was a die harpped ravens fan, seen here outside hines e field in pittsburgh trying to cover stadium signs. that was his public face. privately he was a heroine addict who struggled four times times in rehab to get clean until he overdosed in his parents home. >> at one point he seemed to be gurgling and i think tha
,000 tsa screeners and 1500 air traffic controllers. >> faa is not one of those places that if you are looking for smart cuts, you'd go. it's an operational agency. a safety agency. and you sure don't want to see cuts made there. >> so far, individual airlines aren't saying much about their doomsday scenarios. the head of the tsa says the agency will do what it can to keep everything on its end operating smoothly. >>> tomorrow marks 50 years since dulles international airport first opened to the public. the president chose that location back in 1988. the same architect was behind the iconic air traffic control tower at dulles. >>> still ahead, you can start paying to avoid heavy traffic, backups in at least part of our area tomorrow. that's the idea. more on the beltway's new express lane, next. >>> will it be war in the middle east? israel and palestinian militants have fired hundreds of rockets at each other. we'll have the latest tonight on the cbs evening news. >>> every day, we face challenges. and the purpose of a local news organization is to better equip us to face those ch
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left topless and what happened to the tsa agent. >> live storm tracker 2 showing rain further south. as we go into the evening hours rain headed your way. all the details on a wet weather forecast. >>> an airport screening incident briefly left a teenaged girl topless in public. she's the niece of a u.s. congressman. in a story you'll see only an 2, how it happened and how it's triggered a federal investigation. >> reporter: her uncle says she was traveling from classmates in southwest christian school in texas through los angeles' lax airport. the 17-year-old girl was wearing a sun dress then pulled aside for a pat down screening. during the pat down of her stomach area her sun dress slipped revealing her dress in public. there is surveillance void video of this incident. we'll show you a copy of the report which is says this incident was embarrassing and unfortunate. the agency argues also accidental. turns out the girl's uncle is a u.s. congressman. ralph hall. they called for a federal probe of the case. it happened two years ago. we just on stained records of that probe. we als
thanksgiving. with that said, tsa said this morning they want to help travelers get ready. how? stay >>> back to business for congress. lawmakers are back in washington and about to be part of the most important lame duck session of congress in recent history. they will try to reach a deal to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff. congress will tend to other important business as well. both parties meet tomorrow morning to decide on leadership positions. the house will try to pass legislation that will end trade restrictions and help u.s. exporters. >>> president obama will have to name a new director of the cia. that's not the only spot he thooz fill. he's considering john kerry as the next defense secretary. leon panetta hasn't said if and when he will step down, but probably won't stay for the second term. kerry wants the job. >> we talk a little bit about the weather. it might be snowing later, huh? >> we got sleet earlier. we can make anything happen in television. we had sleet this morning. this was the view in manassas. it's bouncing off the hood there. that was right as the rain ended. now
. they were recovered. the diamonds are worth more than $2 million. >>> tsa plans to roll out a new screening system at san francisco international airport tomorrow. it's called tsa pre-check and allows passengers to be pre-screened so the tsa can concentrate on people who are more likely to pose a risk. >> after a dismal ski season in 2011 the weather seems to be cooperating. two resorts opened today, heavenly and northstar. laura anthony explains, skiers are licking their chops. >> we're not even halfway through november and already several lake tahoe ski resorts are opened for the season. >> you look at this. how could you not want to could this. it's beautiful and open. >> after a good early season storms, both northstar and heavenly opened two days ahead. northstar the base is one to two feet. enough to open four lifts and seven runs. >> we're excited about this year. people are thrilled. we've had a fun day. >> plenty enticing for those who want to make a few early season turns. >> how is it working out for you? >> awesome. >> this is manmade? >> it works. it covers the rocks and there
:00. >> on tuesday, the tsa administrator spoke about what travelers can expect in the upcoming holiday season. it is anticipated over 24 million passengers will travel the skidding weaken. the agency plans to replace full body x-ray scanners at seven airports to ease crowding. this is about seven minutes. >> good morning. thank you for being here at washington national airport. the holiday is fast approaching, thanksgiving next week. we are anticipating a busy travel season again. the men and women of tsa are ready to provide the most effective security in the most efficient way. we are anticipating over 24 million passengers traveling during the thanksgiving holiday. that can create challenges and opportunities for the public, especially those that travel infrequently. part of the reason for being here today is to encourage those infrequent travelers to visit the tsa web site to look for ways to understand the screening process to help others in line deal with the longer lines we usually see. this has been a busy and productive year for tsa as we have focused on developing, testing, and impl
and she was the niece of a congressman. at a hearing today he wanted to know how -- >> a tsa who can't look at a 17- year-old girl in a sun dress and say she doesn't pose a risk without subjecting the public and a young lady to this. >> reporter: the tsa couldn't answer. because he didn't show. the tsa snubbed the investigation of security and pat downs today. a spokes men says they don't believe they have the jurisdiction. so most of those who showed up represent the air travel industry. the snow show didn't -- the snow show doesn't -- the no show didn't go over well. >> these people are public servance and should -- severrants and should re-- servants and should reflect that. >> reporter: they conducted an investigation and ruled it accidental and the employee wasn't fired but given more training. the girl isn't alone. there have been 17,000 complaints made about pat down just since 2009. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> living social, the website is cutting hundreds of jobs. the company is eliminated 400 positions. 9% of its work force. most of the jobless are here in the united states. l
efforts? >> arthel: a warning from the tsa, potential security flaw on passengers boarding boarding passes and it may allow some very bad guys to skirt security. i have a cold... i took dayquil, but i still have a runny nose. [ male announcer ] dayquil doesn't treat that. huh? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus rushes relief to all your worst cold symptoms, plus it relieves your runny nose. [ sighs ] thank you! [ male announcer ] you're welcome. that's the cold truth! can i still ship a gift in time r christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. ship fedex express by december 22nd for christmas delivery. this is our year. i thought it was last year... turns out i was wrong. none of us would walk in here and settle. that's how we are! i forgot what i was going to say. patrick, i want 100% commitment! because i care man, ok? who are we!? 49ers! 49ers! 49ers! yeah! [ all cheering ] what the heck is going on in here? sorry coach, i just got a little carried away. alright, i think we're good. [ morgan
could ever fly literally. you can't get through an airport quickly. today tsa officials announce 24 million people will fly for the the thanksgiving holiday and that will be 24 million people who get stuck in huge lines and get undressed and x-rayed and treated as if they are guilty until proven innocent. does this activity actually make us safer? i have had the creeping suspicion it was like theater providing the illusion of security more than actual security. too simple to say there's been no attacks, so the system must be working. our next guest isn't so sure. harvey mollak is the of sociology, the offer of "against security." sir, did i get your name right? i think i got it wrong. >> mollotch. >> are we really making people safer with the security theater we have going on? or are we not really doing that? >> i think at best it's very ambiguous. i'm glad you showed footage of people waiting in line to go through security because that starts indicating one of the little contradictions, which is that often there are more people waiting to go through security than will be on any pla
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